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area. for any of these we can also look at them through an equity lens. are there particular parts of our city, particular neighborhoods, that experience some of transportation issues disproportionately. we know we want to aspire to be a transit first city but we're not there yet in the sense this is a picture of all trips that touch san francisco, to, from and within today and more than half of the trips are network today are made by car, and we don't expect that pattern to change much in the future if we don't make any additional interventions in the system, so this is projected growth in trip making between now and 2040 and we are expecting a lot of growth in all modes, but without new interventions in the system we don't expect an overall trend to change. this map shows projected growth in transit trip making between now and 2040, percent growth. cal train is expected to grow significantly because we have committed to cal train electrification and the extension of cal train and you see this large expected percent increase in rider ship. in absolute terms it's about 13,000
for a more dangerous concoction. k-p-i-x 5's len ramirez tells us... it was a bitter- sweet end to a spectacular season for the len? >>> 49ers players were back at team headquarters today to clean out their lockers. kpix 5's len ramirez tells us it was a bittersweet end to a truly spectacular season for the 9ers. len. >> reporter: exactly right, elizabeth. this was a great season for the 49ers. a lot of great victories, the nfc championship. the players wanted the super bowl ring. they didn't get it and you have to feel from talking to them todaththey are taking this loss very bitterly. >>> reporter: it was a sad day in the 49ers clubhouse with the sting of the super bowl loss still showing on the faces of players like colin kaepernick, the 49ers packed up after their final team meeting disbanded. what do you think people will say about this team this year? >> we had a good team. we just weren't quite there. >> reporter: you could also hear it in their voices, heartbreak of coming up just five yards shy of a world championship. >> we lost.
where so much of the new employment and housing is expected. and then finally the equity lens. we know that there are some neighborhoods in san francisco that experience some of these system performance problems more acutely than others, and we can break the summaries down that way to identify those neighborhoods. this picture is an example of that. it shows how many transfers on average a transit rider needs to make depending on the neighborhood, the origin of their trip, and there are certain parts of the city taking a transit trip requires many more transfers than other places. mta's recently pedestrian sector work and area sector work has identified the top needs for the modes and we can draw from that work as we develop the investment scenarios. the map is from the mta's bicycle strategy and even though on average the bike mode share per trip is two half percent. there are some cases -- in this case the commute bike share is a lot higher in many neighborhoods so there is a lot more opportunity even though the goal is a long way off. this is a map of the current bicycle network
it has been successful to integrate women, it has been done through the lens of military effectiveness and not through the lens of women's rights. the implementation of resolution 1325 in the swedish armed forces was separated completely from human resources and women's recruitment in the armed forces and looked at as a military effectiveness issue. that meant that they finally spoken language of the military commanders. you need a gender advisers to perform effectively in afghanistan. you need women interpreters. all kinds of arguments why this would increase the effectiveness of military organizations in the field and in combat. that meant they were allowed to drive a wedge into the organizations. there are gender field advisors everywhere. there are mixed engagement teams in afghanistan. there are gender coach is helping senior commanders switch military forces and understand gender issues better. there is a center for gender in military operations that focuses on employment, training, cohesion. that has come purely through the lens of military effectiveness and has nothing to do wi
with finding a replacement in the middle of one of the holiest times. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez is in santa clara and len, speculation over who will be the next pope is under way. >> reporter: that's right. speculation around the world. we're here at mission santa clara and the california missions are a living example of the spread of the catholic faith into the new world 200 years ago. today the church is still spreading but now mostly in the third world, africa, asia and south america. so the speculation is now that a new pope could possibly come from one of those regions. >>> reporter: at the vatican tonight preparations are being made to convene a meeting of the college of cardinals to elected a new pipe like the sudden and unusual retirement of pope benedict xvi, the selection of a new spiritual leader for the world's 1.2 billion catholics could offer some breaks with tradition. >> you have a number of cardinals now who are from africa, south america and asia. i think it would not be a shock if we had somebody from one of those places. >>
that on how to get an edge. everybody is going to want to have a lens to look at this season or look at this last game or the final plays of the game. but, our lens really has to be, it's the toughest one to look through is how can, how can i improve? >> that's going to take some time. here's some rough video for 49er fans to look at. this was supposed to be on market street in san francisco. the super bowl parade but instead it's back in baltimore. as the ravens celebrate their super bowl. hard fought victory and you have to say deserved victory for them and there is the lombardy trophy making it through some of the fans. this is just tough video for 49er fans and i'm sure the players to look at too. because that parade was supposed to be -- >> it sure was. >> it was almost here. 5yards away. >> yeah, 5 yards and -- >> yeah, right. i like the spot. it will be some day. >> a reminder we're following that development situation. the very latest on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36 and tonight on the 10:00 news. thanks for joining us.
set ups. >> technically it was a difficult scene for camera change, the lens change because it starts real close and then it pulls back, gradually and all that you had to change the lens of all these different distances. and i had to be absolutely still. what i wore in the shower scene was mold skin over my vitals. and on this shot where it looked like we were really going to get it, i could feel the steam from the shower had had losened the adhesive on the mold skin. and i'm there you know, i could feel it kind of pulling away. and i am thinking, now the camera it was below the tub came up so below the camera view. but the guys upstairs were having a ball. but i could just feel it pulling away and i thought to myself, do i, do i break -- do i say sorry, cut and we have to do this thing again. or do i say to heck with and you know and i said to heck with it. and so -- >> good for you did they actually come off? >> pretty much so, yeah. >> was he
the scenes with our filmmakers. we also used a borescope lens, and that allowed us to put the lens right into a flower. and get connected with "nature's" online community. all at pbs.org. "nature" is made possibleth "naturein part by...mmunity. leave it untouched by your presence, capture its image and preserve it forever. canon -- living and working together to appreciate today and care for tomorrow. the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. on dvd and blu-ray, call 1-800-336-1917. to learn more about what you've seen on this "nature" program, visit pbs.org. to learn more about what you've seen on this "nature" program, ha ha! bonneville: it's quite something to see how much of an impact this show has had on people, a real proper emotional investment. and it is so rewarding to find that people in the street that you meet they sort of go into a slightly other world. ha ha ha! they often sort of-- you can see them replaying scenes in their head when they're chatting to you and say, "oh, that bit when mary and matthew..." or "t
. and by the way you are looking through the lens of one of our cbs sports legends, paul t. sherwood walking up the 18th for the last time in his career. 31 years at cbs. lives down in this area and he's ready to come off the road, even though all of his friends and buddies and colleagues, we're not ready for it. we've loved having him as a teammate, whether it be the super bowl where he's been such an important part of everything we've done on the nfl and cbs. ncaa basketball tournament and final fours and cbs golf. ready to stay home with his wife diane. i don't blame him. it's not easy, the journey every week packing up and moving on to the next site. but he's certainly left his mark and he's brought so many of the shots that you've seen through the years, he's provided them to the world through his eyes, through his lens. and we're going to miss him. the schwartzel putt coming up will remind you a little bit of what we saw here last year. these two know that there's going to be more golf, merrick and beljan. and a playoff will commence at the 18th.
at it. and by the way, you are looking through the lens of one of our cbs sports legends, paul t. sherwood, walking up the 18th for the last time in his career. 31 years at cbs. lives down in this area and he's ready to come off the road, even though all of his friends and buddies and colleagues, we're not ready for it. we've loved having him as a teammate, whether it be the super bowl where he's been such an important part of everything we've done on the nfl and cbs. ncaa basketball tournament and final fours and cbs golf. ready to stay home with his wife diane. i don't blame him. it's not easy, the journey every week packing up and moving on to the next site. but he's certainly left his mark and he's brought so many of the shots that you've seen through the years, he's provided them to the world through his eyes, through his lens. and we're going to miss him. the schwartzel putt coming up will remind you a little bit of what we saw here last year. these two know that there's going to be more golf, merrick and beljan. and a playoff will commence at the 18th. and should it go bey
at these characters in a different light, through a different lens. they are seen now in people who in their own ways made heroic choices. at the time, again, i didn't live through it, but my sense is in having talked to people, the 422nd battalion, these people went out and they were killed in very high rates. these were your fathers and brothers. i think it by and large was true, they were trying to prove that they deserved to be americans, it prove to the country that we belonged here, that we didn't belong behind these barbed wire fences. and they did. they did that and they paid with their blood. i think that was sort of the general feeling of the community. our brothers, our fathers, our uncles, our sons, paid with their blood, literally, not figuratively, literally, so that we could be americans and live our lives and get out of camp and just go about our ways. so i think it's because it was such a heightened state and so much like -- to do with life and death that those who -- and they were in a minority who had signed no no were treated as if they had, in fact, kind of turned on their own pe
address tonight. they are concerned about their loved ones in a war zone. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez is in san jose where he met with military families. len. >> reporter: exactly right, elizabeth. there is a lot on the president's agenda but military families hope that what the president talks about tonight will also remind people like this memorial here in downtown san jose that there are men and women all over the world right now serving in harm's way. jackie flies the flag in fronts of her sunnyvale home and has a bluestar in the window. >> my son is sergeant joseph josch and he has been in armor with tanks his whole career. >> reporter: she will be watching president obama's state of the union speech tonight with special attention to anything about north korea's nuclear testing. >> which my son the boots on the ground, it's a fear. >> reporter: the sergeant is married with two children and has served two tours of duty in iraq. today he is deployed to south korea. >> it's a fear that they could make a mistake and the place could just blow up.
detailing exactly how he was going to carry out his threat. kpix 5's len ramirez is at the suspect's house where the search for explosives is wrapping up. len. >> reporter: that's right. it's been a long week out here in santa clara. but allen, as you mentioned, that email threat that was allegedly sent by mr. basham to leland yee's office apparently detailed the how, when and the where that this attack would take place. the sender also indicated he had extensive sniper training perhaps not coincidentally one of the charges leveled against mr. basham today was for the unlawful possession of a very high-powered sniper rifle. >>> reporter: santa clara bomb plot suspect everett basham walked into court making small steps due to the shackles on his ankles, wrist and waist. after briefly sitting and the correcting the judge on the pronunciation of his name, basham appeared ready to make a statement and tried to stand. >> you may be seated. >> okay. >> sir -- >> reporter: a few seconds later, his court-appointed lawyer stepped over to make sure he did
. >> the vatican would like a new pope in place before easter week begins march 24th. kpix 5's len ramirez tells us a former bay area archbishop will help select the new holy father. len. >> reporter: exactly right, cardinal william levada is familiar to many bay area catholics having served as the archbishop of san francisco. tomorrow he embarks on a historic trip. never before has a cardinal with such strong bay area ties traveled to rome to be part of the conclave that will choose the next pope. and the cardinal said today a lot would be on his mind. >> a map of faith, a map of prayer, a person who has shown qualities of leadership. >> reporter: cardinal levada one of the most powerful american in the catholic church listed some of the qualities he will look for when he goes to rome to help select a new pope. >> facility in the major languages is very helpful. >> reporter: but what levada called his solemn duty may be overshadowed. the conclave of cardinals from which the new pope will be selected is happening in the middle of several church controversies,
. as kpix 5's len ramirez tells us, a crowd is about to make its way from the community center to the police station. len. >> reporter: that's exactly right, elizabeth. the crowd was supposed to be meeting here at about this hour. but so many people wanted to come that they moved it to the community center at the nelson community center a couple of blocks away. as you can see, this front plaza to the police department continues to be something of a community hub as people from all walks of life come to lay flowers, light a candle, say some prayers for the first officers killed in the line of duty in the long history of the santa cruz pd. >> we're having a tough time with this. we have never experienced anything like this. >> reporter: surrounded by fellow law enforcement chiefs, some visibly shaken and filled with emotion, santa cruz police chief kevin vogel struggled for the words to describe his department's loss, the city's first-ever officers killed in the line of duty. >> today we mourn the loss of our brother butch and our sister eliza
. >> individually looking at ourselves and saying how can we get better. everybody is going to want to have a lens to look at this season and look at this last game or the final plays of the game. and ár but our lens really has to be -- but our lens is really has to be the most difficult to look through is what can we do to improve. >> and you know what, we ran out of time and we just cannot show the baltimore parade. >> oh darn. >>> the ktvu morning starts at 4:30. we will be tracking developments where investigators looking for a gunman responsible for a triple homicide. >> ktvu is always here for you on ktvu.com and mobile ktvu.
a replacement just before the holiest season. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez in santa clara with what bay area catholics would like to see in a new leader. len. >> reporter: well, they would obviously like to see some changes happen in the catholic church. the catholic church church is an old institution and the california missions are a symbol of the church's spread from europe to the new world more than 200 years ago. the church is spreading quickly in the third world. and so there's a lot of speculation around here that there might be a new pope from one of these regions, africa, asia or south america. >>> reporter: at the vatican tonight preparations are being made to convene a meeting of the college of cardinals to elected -- to elect a new pope like the sudden and unusual retirement of pope benedict xvi, the selection of a new spiritual leader for the world's 1.2 billion catholics could offer some breaks with tradition. >> you have a number of cardinals now who are from africa, south america and asia. i think it would not be a shock if we had somebod
on events. facebook.com/booktv. >> i'm trying to find a new lens, if you will, a new way of studying presidential character. for example, about 12 years ago i wrote a book on the first ladies, and i thought that it would be important to understand the presidents from a different angle. that is, why not study the person that knew them the best? so, for example, what possibly could i as an historian contribute to the body of knowledge on lincoln or george washington? pretty much everything that could be written about lincoln or washington probably has been written. the greatest historians have spent years poring through the letters and the evidence to produce this book on lincoln or this book and the hundreds of books on washington. so my thought was, eureka, why not look at the person that knew them the best, the first lady? historians have largely ignored the role of the first lady as they've largely ignored the role of mistresses in shaping the man. why, and i suspect because a lot of my colleagues tend to be older men, educated in a certain way that didn't study such matters, and m
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a political lens and have questions follow in that way. i think we've done a good job of keeping the general manager position both technical and political in a way that's useful and having all of the other staff positions be technical. >> >> i don't agree with you because i think the technical expertise is there -- >>> i agree the technical -- i'm saying i agree with that. >> so i a political appointment means there are no qualifications of the candidate. i don't think that's the case. >>> i think he has good skill sets in both ways. i just wanted to express those concerns, and we have agreed to meet and we will talk through that. but i think it's a fine selection and i now commend that to you. thank you. >> all right. any other comments? * >> commission members, on that particular item -- >> your name for the record. >>> for the record, james bryant * . so, i'm here today to codify the fact that you are picking up a very professional employee. [inaudible] anyway. so, emilio cruz is a prfessional. i worked with him while his tenure at municipal railway. he has a multitude of skills. he is b
for google's fleet of private planes. as kpix 5 reporter len ramirez shows >>> san jose mineta airport may soon be home base for google's fleet of private planes. as kpix 5 reporter len ramirez shows us, a new facility could bring in tens of millions of dollars to the airport. >>> reporter: san jose mineta international is all about comings and goings. but when google flies in here with expanding fleet of private executive jets it will be one of the happiest landings of all. >> it just makes sense that google the high-tech leader here in both the south bay as well as the world really is choosing to make silicon valley's airport their home too. >> reporter: mineta san jose is announcing a major agreement with signature flight support google's main provider of aircraft to build and operate a new $82 million executive terminal on 29 acres of what used to be a long-term parking lot on the airport's west side. >> google proposes to bring their fleet here including large aircraft including 787s and 767s. >> why stop at google? why not apple, foxconn? >> repor
lens. an additional 300 in the outlying areas. all of those rooms are sold out. >> [no audio] 2 much math involved in that story. >> the numbers have grown exponentially since the start of the super bowl. the cheapest ticket was $6 back and the first super bowl. the cheapest ticket sunday $850. back in baltimore downtown with the preparations there. >> we know it will be really crazy in new orleans. we are expecting a really big party in baltimore as well. the police department, fire department, and business owners are getting ready. they wanted to be a fun night of celebrating, but also a safe one. >> you only have to look at the crowd that packed the streets after the ravens won the afc championship game for proof that baltimore fans know how to celebrate in huge numbers. baltimore police they have the detailed crowd control plan in place, including road closures, traffic redirection, and increased deployment of officers. >> you'll see them out there. you will see a lot of officers being very visible. a lot of special the equipment. across the city, we have a significant number of
like rain in the inner harbor right now. of course raindrops are on the harborcam lens. wjz has first warning coverage for you. marty bass is in the out back where it must not be range? >> no, it's raining. i'm getting soaked. >> bernadette woods in the weather center. >> we are starting with first warning doppler radar. this has come in with a mix of snow, sleet and rain. we will show you temperatures in a moment. the bright passes are the colder air coming down with the sleet mixing in and initially at times it was also in the form of snow. now we will take you through this. notice the mixing line on top of us down to the south with rain. temperatures are 39. we dropped to 39 in baltimore but sufficiently above freezing. to the south of us, 48 in ocean city. we are going to warm up this afternoon but it will come with rain. for the rest of what will happen, marty. >> here is the story. there is beautiful sun shade over the out back that makes the camera shop exceptional on the bright sunny days. during a light rain it acts as an umbrell
, especially around the beltway. to anhowers have come .nd lens athe delmar but -- the delmar but peninsula, will continue. a lightty could pick up dusting. out to the west in garrett two to the potential of four inches. it will fall into the 20's hours.the overnight with temperatures falling into we will look for a few foot stomps on the roadways. am amberland and oakland 20's. to bundle up, gusty winds on the way. track star oscar pistorius remains on suicide watch in a jail cell.an police have concern about his crying duringfter his first court appearance yesterday. he is accused of shooting to eba.e his girlfriend his family came to this defense. he is known to with shock and grief. total pain. >> the story is is scheduled a bail hearing tuesday. starring reevaow aired on south african -- south african national today. it was dedicated to her memory. four yearst missing ago, vanished without a trace. -- whattion tonight ?appened to her all these years later, her family and friends are desperate to find out. i thought to make you proud -- i ought to make you proud. after four years, only
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with city lens. or the droid razr m by motorola in pink for $49.99. everything droid does in an edge-to-edge display. hurry in, because the sale ends february 20th. powerful devices. powerful network. verizon. >>> welcome to fox 5 sports xtra. >> thanks for joining us sunday night for sports xtra. i'm lindsay murphy. coming up danica patrick makes nascar history, plus scott smith wraps up the first day of full squad workouts for the nationals, but first we hit the road with the capitals. the caps and rangers did get a bit physical tonight, these two with plenty to scrap about after having met in three postseason series over the past four years including last year. capitals were looking for their fourth win in a row as they wrap up a three-game road trip. it has been a really good road trip for them, the caps looking to go
getting wounded, each crediting the other with saving their lives. >> i don't see the lens of every world event and whether we should use american power through the lens of vietnam. but it's part of me. >> reporter: hagel's service was praised -- >> i admire your service to your country. >> reporter: but he was criticized for being soft on iran and too tough on israel. at one point, criticizing what he called the jewish lobby. today, he took that comment back. >> i should have used another term, and i'm sorry. and i regret it. >> reporter: and hagel seemed to get confused about iran, which he called an elected, legitimate government, misstating president obama's position on iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons. hagel is likely to be confirmed, but even his supporters acknowledge he didn't have a particularly strong performance today. at one point, acknowledging that he still needs to learn more about the pentagon, telling the committee, quote, if confirmed, i intend to know a lot more than i do. those were his exact words, diane. >> it was a bruising day. thank you so much, jonathan karl. >>
as he lecture by le lynn mccluskey. and len mccluskey said this. he says i met ed miliband and he asked me this question that this is the question he asked him. lynn, if you had three wishes, three things you would like us to do, if we got back into power, what would you like them to be? and len mccluskey's answer, trade union, freedom, trade union, freedom, trade union, freedom. that is who he wants to be the fairy godmother to. >> here, here. >> at the time of the strategic defense security review, two and half years ago, my right honorable friend said my own strong view is that the structure will require year on year real terms growth in the defense budget in the years beyond 2015. does that remain his view, and has he heard any similar view expressed by the leader of the opposition? >> it does remain my view but i'm afraid to say as far as i can say i am the only party leader who believes that in the years beyond this parliament we should be increasing defense spending in the way that he says it. but the good news is, for all those who care about this issue, that it is agreed govern
into the camera space. a new camera here is a very high performance camera but it has a 3rks d lens. it's the first time to have a single lens on a camera to record 3rks d. just as we are getting used to 3rks d in movie theaters, now you want to record content in 3rks d so through this camera you can do that. we also see great growth in the connected camera category. most of our camera line up is wifi sbabled. you want to get the pick chured off your camera, you don't have to plug it into your pc anymore, just one touch connectivity. >> so when we can bring invasion, technology and also great consumer design, then that's a category that they will look at. >> as part of your job when it comes to some of your product worrying about spec tralm policy? >> spec strum policy is an area of importance to us. we obviously need loss of band width for the products we have. we tend not to have specific opinions on how to get there but just to make it possible to facilitate the different devices and content. if you look at the growth we've seen in the last few years in the u.s. market in the smartph
problem in oakland. they called it a solutions for stress and vice lens free community. parents and teachers and students opened up about their experience. >> violence has reached a fevered pitch in the united states. >> last year there were 131 homicides in oakland and so far this year there have been eight. here's photos of just a few who have lost their lives recently, including the volunteer balance coach who was shot and killed february 1st. >> he was very exciting and made us happy. >> you can teach a whole freshman class or whole school how to manage their mind and manage their stress and deal with their trauma in a healthy way. >> this group will gather all the suggestions and put them into one e-mail and then they'll meet next month to talk about it in oakland, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> ama: the first day of the weekend's gun show in vallejo drew huge crowds. the turnout was bigger than anticipate it but not surprising the operator of the show says new lugs only drives customers to stock up on weapons and ammunition that may not be available in the future. it's
to the growing crime problem in oakland. they called it a solutions for stress and vice lens free community. parents and teachers and students opened up about their experience. >> violence has reached a fevered pitch in the united states. >> last year there were 131 homicides in oakland and so far this year there have been eight. here's photos of just a few who have lost their lives recently, including the volunteer balance coach who was shot and killed february 1st. >> he was very exciting and made us happy. >> you can teach a whole freshman class or whole school how to manage their mind and manage their stress and deal with their trauma in a healthy way. >> this group will gather all the suggestions and put them into one e-mail and then they'll meet next month to talk about it in oakland, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> ama: the first day of the weekend's gun show in vallejo drew huge crowds. the turnout was bigger than anticipate it but not surprising the operator of the show says new lugs only drives customers to stock up on weapons and ammunition that may not be available in the futu
300 that has a 3-d lens so that is the first time to have a single lens on a camera to record 3-d. just as we are getting used to 3-d in movie theaters many of us are buying 3-d for movies at home and now you want content in 3-d. through this camera you can do that. we also see a great growth in connected camera category. most of our camera lineup now is wifi enabled so you want to get the pictures off of their camera you don't have to plug it into your pc anymore. just one touch wifi connectivity so whenever we see categories that we can bring into innovation and technology and also human designed and that is the category that we look at. >> host: david steel part of your job when it comes to some of your products worrying about her thinking about spectrum policy? >> guest: spectrum policy is an area of importance to us so we also see the need for lots of bandwidth for the products that we have. we tend not to have specific opinions on how to get that, but we look much more that make it possible to facilitate all these different devices and content. and if you look at the growth
on just about every aspect of the game... len. len, thank you. if you're still f of the niner >>> in reno, people were betting on every aspect of the game tonight. >> reporter: exactly right. they are still betting behind me. the game is over but the gaming goes on. a lot of attention this year with what is called proposition betting. you don't have to win the game to be a winner. >> reporter: when it comes to proposition betting you don't have to be a sports fan or know a lot about gambling. >> prop betting is the way to go for me. >> did you bet a lot? >> this is my first time really betting. >> reporter: the proposition bet is something that will happen within the game. talking about how many yards kaepernick is going to throw for. over and under. which team will receive the kick off. will there be, you know, will so-and-so make an interception? >> starting at $5 you can bet if keys will flub the "national anthem". >> simple $5 bet can get you $1. >> not bad. not bad. >> and a lot of fun. >> and a lot of fun. mostly fun. >> a lo
's owner says he is now getting death threats. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez reports where tensions are high following a public meeting this week. >> reporter: exactly right, elizabeth. things were very emotional here in los gatos when this gun store opened in this town. this town is not used to seeing stores like that and people didn't want to see this one open. things got ugly when the owner of the gun store had his life threatened. >> we have tried to work with the community with the town, and go through this process with the town meetings, and unfortunately, someone has done this unlawful behavior now. >> reporter: this los gatos gun store owner robert chang is talking about a death threat he received at his home on tuesday. >> it's surprising to me. obviously, i am fearing for my safety as a group of individual or individuals went through the process to find where i live and take that extra step to make a threat. it is unfortunate. >> reporter: the threat came in the middle of an emotional debate about guns and gun sales in the town of los g
in court tomorrow. allen? >> all right, len ramirez, thank you. >>> now, as len mentioned, the target of everett basham's anger was state senator leland yee. since last year, y ee pushed gun control legislation, a ban on the bullet button. senator yee took up the cause after watching a kpix 5 report on the loophole in the law which allows the tip of a bullet to be used to quickly detach magazines on high powered rifles. in an exclusive one on one interview today, senator yee told us earlier threats were taken seriously, but none was as specific and scary as this one. >> not only, you know, for myself, but for my staff and, you know, for my family, because you don't know where it's going to come from and who knows who is standing next to you, who may stand accidentally in front of you and take the bullet. so it's pretty frightening. >> coming up at 6:00, more on why senator yee says this threat on his life is a perfect example of why his assault weapons ban is needed. >>> developing news in the east bay. investigators spent the day combing a schoo
materials from the home on humboldt avenue for days. and kpix 5 reporter len ramirez tells us, they are not done yet. len. >> reporter: they are just wrapping up for the evening but what they announced today, what investigators announced today is a potential game changer in this case. they say that they not only found the precursors and 8ments of making a bomb, but as you mentioned ready to detonate bombs. >>> reporter: the painstaking and potentially dangerous search of a silicon valley engineer's cluttered home on humboldt avenue is yielding an assortment of chemicals and components that make bomb technicians nervous. >> hopefully no more substances pop up. >> reporter: they found a lot mr. bush. -- they found a lot already. our kpix 5 camera spotted stashes of chemicals and containers including nitric acid stacked up in the backyard of the home this morning but hostess every disturbing to investigators, finding what they described as a handful of completed homemade bombs. >> unlike the substance they found earlier in the investigation
more today about what led up to the shooting. but first len ramirez is at the police station, where a memorial is growing. len. >> reporter: that's right. the santa cruz community continues to be drawn to the police department. you can see behind me that people have gathered, there's candles that are burning into the night in santa cruz. 200 people are also gathering across the street at the louden nelson community center. it is where that part of the community is coming together to grieve and lend support to the santa cruz police department in this, their time of need. >> we're having a tough time with this. we have never experienced anything like this. >> reporter: surrounded by fellow law enforcement chiefs, some visibly shaken and filled with emotion, santa cruz police chief kevin vogel struggled tort words to describe his department's loss, the city's first-ever officers killed in the line of duty. >> today we mourn the loss of our brother butch and our sister elizabeth. and we grieve with their families. >> reporter: loran "butch" baker wa
to push this -- these gun initiatives. and the cal len start enemy for him on that because the farther we get away from something like newtown, the harder it is for him to accomplish his objectives. i think he is trying to seize the moment on many different levels. the political calendar, for sure, hints of compromise on things like guns and immigration, but also, this is a president who is enjoying somewhat of a second honeymoon in terms of the approval ratings and also looks at the republican party as deeply fractured, weak and vulnerable and he wasn't to seize on that. >> and now to our chief foreign affairs correspondent, last night, a bulletin went out, andrea, that a 4.9 to 5.1 artifici artificial earthquake had been detected in north korea. quickly, we knew it was a nuclear test. that is on the radar for the president. >>> it on the radar front and sent for him, because, first of all, it was much bigger than previous tests, it was the first under this new, young, korean leader, kim jung unand potentially, they claim you at least, set off by a miniaturized device which could indicat
in the first half. wells to alex len, cuts the lead to one. len a monster game with 19 points. before the half, nick buries the 3. the terps shot 60%. they led by 1 at the break. the turnovers were just a killer for maryland. charles mitchell, the bad pass to allen. slips and gives it away. allen had eight turnovers alone. dez wells a bad pass. those turnovers kept duke in the game. terps by 7. wells finished with 16. under a minute to play, seth curry who had 25 knocked down a huge 3. dukes within 2. closing seconds, game tied. seth allen drives and is fouled. allen with the chance at redemption hits both free throws. terps now lead by 2. duke with a final chance. quinn cook, the chance to beat his hometown team. but the runner hits the iron and let the celebration begin. the terps upset second ranked duke 83-81. a victory that keeps maryland ncaa tournament hopes alive. oh, what a feeling in college park tonight. >> it's been a hard week on my family. it's hard on my son last week. he had to leave the gym, because the fans were so hard on his dad. that said, i know what it means to our fan b
on the go with city lens. or the droid razr m by motorola in pink for $49.99. everything droid does in an edge-to-edge display. hurry in, because the sale ends february 20th. powerful devices. powerful network. verizon. neil: tax hikes kicking in. whole foods trying to pump up business by bringing prices down. they say that they are trying to reach a broader market. good to have our next test. >> afternoon, neil. neil: as a whole foods market fan, one thing i would argue is that yes we do pay a little bit more for your stuff. do you lose a little bit of your cachet in the products you sell, and in a way, giving in to these economic forces. your inner self? >> well, that's a fair question. we have been quality friends for years. what we're talking about is keeping in perspective the same strategy that we have talked about on the last six or eight quarters, the headroom in the bandwidth to continue to invest in prices we need to does the competition dictate. it's the refining and adjusting as a marketplace dictate. neil: i'm wondering in the process about a thing about our economy rig
reporter len ramirez tells us the city isn't so interested in their cars. len? >> reporter: that's right. the feeling is that in this north bayshore area traffic is at the breaking point now. so what the city council is leaning towards doing -- they haven't voted on this yet, but leaning towards drawing a line on the sand saying no new car trips into the area even though companies like google plan to expand here. but they are challenging those companies to come up with other ways to get employees to their jobs. in the area around the google campus you can find many modes of transportation, foot, bikes, vans, buses, airplanes, and the car which is still king, and the source of the area's dreaded traffic jams. >> have you ever seen traffic around 5:00 here? >> reporter: he commutes in with his engineer buddies from hayward. >> it gets pretty congested. i would love not to drive. >> we have a goal of no net new cars into the north bayshore area. >> reporter: margaret is part of a mountain view city council majority that wants to send a message to
to clean out their lockers. kpix 5's len ramirez shows us it was a bittersweet end to a truly spectacular season. len. >> reporter: exactly right, elizabeth. a little more bitter than sweet. in fact, a lot more bitter. colin kaepernick said today that he is going to remember that super bowl loss for the rest of his life. frank gore said he doesn't want to watch the game film of the super bowl ever. two days after the super bowl, they are still taking this loss very bitterly. >>> reporter: it was a sad day in the 49ers clubhouse with the sting of the super bowl loss still showing on the faces of players like colin kaepernick, the 49ers packed up after their final team meeting disbanded. what do you think people will say about this team this year? >> we had a good team. we just weren't quite there. >> reporter: you could also hear it in their voices, heartbreak of coming up just five yards shy of a world championship. >> we lost. you know? you know, we fought hard as a team. it just didn't come our way. >> disappointed, but, you know, also
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